The Simple Secret to Attracting More Customers, Making More Sales and Having More Fun

By The Business Hive | Event Date: 22 Jan 2019

The Simple Secret to Attracting More Customers, Making More Sales and Having More Fun 

Wednesday 22nd January

8:30am for a 9am start until 10:30am

Venue - Humber Royal Hotel

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In an age of constant distractions, getting the attention of your customers is tough. And that’s before you’ve even thought about persuading them to actually buy your product and service.

Bad news is, it’s a challenge that’s becoming harder and harder for businesses big and small, online and off.

It’s why we’re thrilled to have direct-response marketing specialist, Glenn Fisher, as the guest speaker at our January Masterclass.

Glenn is an author, speaker and copywriter. Though he originally grew up in Grimsby and Cleethorpes, for over a decade he worked in London with The Agora, a huge international financial publisher. In 2018, having helped launch and grow Agora Financial in the UK, he left to move back to the area and write on a freelance basis, focusing on helping local businesses like yours improve your marketing.

Glenn will be revealing the best way to get the attention of new customers and keep it, six simple ways you can improve your marketing immediately and the single worst word you could use to describe your business (most businesses use this word daily).

To find out more about Glenn, visit

Make sure you don’t miss this. It’s completely free for Business Hive members and is sure to be popular, so pause what you’re doing right now and make sure you book a seat.

We can’t wait to see you there!

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